03.09.2011 [Business Insider] - JulianAssange went to the Guardian, The Times, and Der Spiegel to get their help redacting leaks to make their revelation — in the view of these participants — responsible; to add context and facts; to promote the leaks and get them noticed.
06.09.2011 [Modern Ghana] - WikiLeaks, (sometimes Wikileaks), is an Australian-made international website headed by a journalist, JulianAssange, that publishes anonymous submissions and leaks of otherwise classified documents while preserving the anonymity of sources.
14.08.2011 [MedIndia] - Wikileaks founder JulianAssange's distinctive white hair is due to a failed teenage science experiment, a new book has revealed. In a new book titled 'The Revolution Will Be Digitised', British journalist
12.08.2011 [Sunshine Coast Daily] - Kieran Campbell, who scored an international scoop with his series of exclusive stories with Christine Assange, the mother of WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange, is one of three finalists for Young Journalist of the Year.
Julian Paul Assange (Townsville, Queensland, Australië, 3 juli 1971) is een Australische journalist, programmeur (voormalige hacker) en internetactivist, bekend van de oprichting van WikiLeaks, een klokkenluiderwebsite.
Journalisten moeten schouder aan schouder vechten om hun bronnen geheim te houden, dat zegt JulianAssange. De Wikileaks-voorman reageerde dinsdagavond op de zaak van de... - 08.02.2013, zoominnederland
JulianAssange wil dat Nederland een goed geïnformeerde keuze kan maken over een nieuwe missie in Afghanistan. Hij hoopt dat de ambtsberichten van de Amerikaanse ambassade in Den... - 01.15.2011, YouTube
18.08.2011 [NPR (blog)] - JulianAssange walked out of an interview with CNN in June after the interviewer asked about criminal charges he was facing. And it doesn't have to be over anything particularly earth-shaking: Russell Crowe bailed on a radio interview because the
08.09.2011 [AllAfrica.com] - While it might be Okay to say, "don't shoot the messenger", that is JulianAssange and his website, WikiLeaks we have to interrogate a number of issues within the Zimbabwean context, paying special attention to diplomatic relations between Zimbabwe and
07.09.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Assange Hits Back at Mayawati: WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange has rejected UP chief minister Mayawati's allegations and asked her to admit her errors and apologize. “I would be happy to accept asylum, political asylum, in India–a nation I love.
30.08.2011 [New York Times] - Sang Tan/Associated Press The WikiLeaks founder, JulianAssange, arriving at High Court in London in July. A sampling of the documents showed that the newly published cables included the names of some people who had spoken confidentially to American
07.09.2011 [英文中國郵報] - NEW DELHI -- A top Indian politician lashed out at WikiLeaks founder JulianAssange on Tuesday, saying he is either insane or being used as a tool of her opponents for releasing US Embassy cables that describe her as megalomaniac and corrupt.
31.08.2011 [New York Magazine] - I couldn't help thinking Freddie was like his day's JulianAssange, in terms of being a maverick and an outsider, and enjoying being a bit threatening to the people in power. Freddie's crusade for the truth extends to everyone around him.
07.09.2011 [CounterPunch] - ... a power often used ruthlessly and vindictively to silence opposition from all quarters—Bradley Manning, Thomas Drake (released after a huge outcry in the liberal media), JulianAssange, Stephen Kim, currently being treated as criminals and public
06.09.2011 [CounterPunch] - ... the New York Times, Der Speigel and El Pais – took the unusual step of issuing a joint statement condemning what they considered to be an irresponsible and potentially dangerous act on the part of JulianAssange and the WikiLeaks organization.
08.09.2011 [Vanguard] - No wonder, Private Mannings, the alleged whistleblower, is kept in solitary confinement, while JulianAssange faces the possibility of extradition to the United States, if he is not bumped off, somewhere along the line. Imperialism's dirty linens and
04.09.2011 [Blic] - The WikiLeaks site of JulianAssange posted new series of secret messages from embassies worldwide. Messages with the latest dates until so far, partially refer to Serbia. In September of 2009 Josip Broz Tito's widow had an hour and a half long
15.08.2011 [Salon] - The two most prominent examples, of course, are the cases of the collective Anonymous releasing more than 10 gigabytes of data from local sheriffs' departments last week and WikiLeaks, specifically JulianAssange's publication of more than 250000 US
30.08.2011 [The Spoof (satire)] - WORLDWIDE - The Worldwide Institute of Deludeds Exposing Conspiracies, Uniting Nationally and Trekkies (WIDECUNTs) has issued a formal statement calling for the impeachment of Wikileaks found JulianAssange for crimes against their community.
01.09.2011 [Aljazeera.net] - These were launched after these companies refused to accept donations for Wikileaks front man JulianAssange, soon after the activist organisation released a trove of diplomatic cables. Hackers and activists supporting the DDoS campaign (and certainly
06.09.2011 [Salon] - She also asked that JulianAssange be put "into a mental asylum." Jumping over to the Middle East and North Africa, two more revelations of interest: First, it appears that US diplomats were skeptical of a deal between Microsoft and the now-deposed
02.09.2011 [CounterPunch] - JulianAssange has also fallen victim to the neo-liberalist need to defend the US and other Western democracies against charges of immorality, incompetence, and growing irrelevance. On the left, one might believe that the wholesale release of
06.09.2011 [Commentary] - Silverstein is an anti-Israel blogger who modestly calls himself the Israeli JulianAssange (Hebrew) and has been accused with some regularity of making up his leaks and intelligence. His blog has years of posts insisting the Israelis are fueling up
04.09.2011 [Times of Malta] - The former ambassador also took aim at Wikileaks founder JulianAssange, who has been roundly criticised since Wikileaks published its full unredacted archive of more than 250000 US diplomatic cables online last week, potentially exposing individuals